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A Global Survey of Armed Conflicts, Self-Determination Movements, and Democracy
February 2003
by Monty G. Marshall, Ted Robert Gurr
Peace and Conflict 2003 is the second edition in the Integrated Network for Societal Conflict Research (INSCR) Program's biennial global report series. This full-color, 72-page global report details major trends in armed conflict, self-determination movements, and democracy through the contemporary era, 1946-2002, and provides a "conflict ledger" assessing each country's "peace-building capacity" in 2003. The 2003 edition of the report complements the 2001 edition by updating the trends and issues raised in the earlier report, expanding its analysis of global and regional trends in democratization, extending its analysis of self-determination movements to examine group grievances and strategies, and updating its descriptions of the status of major armed conflicts and self-determination movements. The 2003 report also incorporates new features on anti-globalization protest and international crises.
Peace and Conflict 2003
Chapter 1
Ted Robert Gurr and Monty G. Marshall
Chapter 2
Peace and Conflict Ledger
Monty G. Marshall
Chapter 3
Global Trends in Violent Conflict
Monty G. Marshall
Chapter 4
Global Trends in Democratization
Monty G. Marshall
Chapter 5
Self-Determination Movements and Their Outcomes
David Quinn and Ted Robert Gurr
Chapter 6
The Anti-Globalization Movement
Mark Irving Lichbach
Chapter 7
International Crises
Jonathan Wilkenfeld
Chapter 8
Monty G. Marshall and Ted Robert Gurr
Marshall, M. G., & Gurr, T. R. (2003). Peace and conflict 2003: A global survey of armed conflicts, self-determination movements, and democracy. College Park, MD: Center for International Development & Conflict Management.